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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Natwest Group Plc LSE:NWG London Ordinary Share GB00B7T77214 ORD 100P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.30 1.68% 200.00 200.00 200.20 202.20 197.05 198.15 13,017,039 16:29:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 10,796.0 -434.0 -6.2 - 23,152

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/3/2021
14:13
NWG really lagging its' peers. minsky, indeed it's been a while hope he's OK.
smurfy2001
29/3/2021
16:45
Haven't seen any posts from leedskier for a while. leedskier - hope everything is going well with you.
minsky
29/3/2021
07:58
UK Exporters have temporarily halted sales to EU, says small business group Some smaller firms are said to have stopped selling into the EU permanently after new trading rules came into force at the start of this year. Almost one in four smaller firms which export goods have temporarily halted sales to European Union, new research suggests. Around one in 25 have decided to stop selling into the EU permanently after new trading rules came into force at the start of this year, the study indicated. https://www.lbc.co.uk/business/93ecde3f97e24657bcfcc28e92cf2ae7/
johnwise
29/3/2021
07:35
Iran and China Sign 'Historic' 25-Year $400 Bln Strategic Partnership Agreement The signing ceremony came after years of intense behind-the-scenes negotiations, with Chinese President Xi Jinping first proposing a draft version of a comprehensive agreement with Tehran during his 2016 visit to Iran. The deal reportedly envisions increasing bilateral trade over 10-fold to $600 billion per year, and promises Iran Chinese investment of as much as $400 billion into the Middle Eastern nation's oil, gas, petrochemicals, renewable energy and nuclear energy infrastructure, with Tehran committing to becoming a major reliable source of energy for Beijing. https://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/library/news/iran/2021/iran-210327-sputnik01.htm
johnwise
29/3/2021
06:44
Nomura Shares Slide After $2 Billion U.S. Subsidiary Loss Flagged Nomura’s Tokyo shares were down 15.57% to JPY608.5 ($5.55 by 1:09 AM ET (5:09 AM GMT), after dropping to as much as 16% in early Asian trading as investors flooded the bank with sell orders. https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/nomura-shares-slide-after-2-billion-us-subsidiary-loss-flagged-2459606
johnwise
28/3/2021
19:31
RBS lagging Lloyds and Barclays by 8bn.
smurfy2001
25/3/2021
09:14
VIDEO The Risk of Doing Business in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKAx4LIGnLE
johnwise
25/3/2021
07:54
Ex divi today expect a fall
martym
25/3/2021
07:10
Bitcoin..Why did anyone invest in something that doesn't exist? Even buying real estate on the moon seems a more viable choice... Goldman Sachs Files for ETF With Bitcoin Option According to an SEC document, Goldman Sachs has officially moved toward cryptocurrency exposure by applying to be able to offer notes linked to an exchange-traded fund with possible links to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. The filing also covers bitcoin-adjacent technologies such as blockchain-based applications. https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2021/03/Goldman-Sachs-Files-for-ETF-With-Bitcoin-Option
johnwise
22/3/2021
08:38
nice looking chart and more in this one I suspect
arja
20/3/2021
13:48
I've personally never been involved in a company share buyback that's done anything material for the share price. If companies have loads of spare cash they should pay a special dividend - then everybody gets some benefit. Buy-backs just benefit their mates in the institutions who pick up a shedload of fees while the ordinary investor gets toss-all.
pawsche
20/3/2021
07:59
While Governments have the $ £ printing press running at full speed.. Royal Mint gold rush causes chaos for customers charged thousands for out-of-stock bars and coins as it struggles to cope with 'unprecedented' demand Royal Mint has seen a surge in interest in its precious metals division Customers have reported delivery issues and being sold out-of-stock items https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-9380315/Royal-Mint-customers-charged-thousands-stock-gold-bars-coins.html
johnwise
20/3/2021
07:58
VIDEO US and China publicly clash at first in-person talks since Biden's election Senior US and Chinese diplomats publicly clashed at the start of their first face-to-face encounter since Joe Biden was elected president. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TelCIleHXNA
johnwise
19/3/2021
12:22
Same here. Like minds.
netcurtains
19/3/2021
12:08
Share price should double from here just based upon the same buyback approach for remaining gov shares, add the banking sector general increase and I have a 600-700p target in 5 years.
hamhamham1
19/3/2021
10:25
hamhamham1, thanks for your posts, great to read about the buyback! Shares outstanding 12.13bn Free float 4.61bn After directed buy back NWG will have in issue 11,575,835,427 (excluding treasury shares) They should have cancelled the lot but instead have 200m of the 590.7m bought shares as treasury shares (kinda disappointing really!). Still a hold for me.
smurfy2001
19/3/2021
09:42
They didnt mention the con either. It should read about 19p.
maxk
19/3/2021
09:35
If the government sold a 1.9 percent stake for 1.1bn the the bank would be worth 47 billion or so so that is balls as well.
anthony100
19/3/2021
09:33
As far as I can see the voting stake of HMG goes from 62 to 57 per cent. Treasury shares are not included as only available for issue.
anthony100
19/3/2021
09:23
7:45am Government sells 1.9pc stake in NatWest for £1.1bn The Government has sold a 1.9pc stake in NatWest for £1.1bn, whittling down public ownership of the lender, which was nationalised during the financial crisis. The Treasury sold 590.7m shares on Thursday at 190.5p per share, yesterday’s closing price. It now holds about 6.9bn shares in the bank, formerly called Royal Bank of Scotland, about 59.8pc of its total share capital. The shares were originally bought at around 500p apiece, so the sale represents a hefty loss. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/03/19/markets-live-latest-coronavirus-news-pound-euro-ftse-100/
maxk
19/3/2021
09:20
How does a 5 per cent buyback equate to a fall from 62 to 59.8 per cent. Surely balls. FT has not removed Treasury shares.
anthony100
19/3/2021
07:52
Today's buyback and cancel should equate to approx a 3% share price rise IMO.
hamhamham1
19/3/2021
07:47
NWG are removing a lot of the buy back shares from circulation, so this should instantly boost share price. "NWG intends to cancel 390,730,325 of the purchased Ordinary Shares and hold the remaining 200,000,000 Ordinary Shares in treasury." And Lloyds will buy back on open market and remove them, causing a same reaction.
hamhamham1
19/3/2021
07:43
Yep, lloyds now has no gov stake. But lloyds themselves will start buying back shares off the open market, to reduce the number of shares in issue, mark my words ;)
hamhamham1
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